Carcancha Chaos

Does chaos breed creativity? For some, yes; for others (those who need order…like myself), no! The weekly photo challenge shows great examples of Chaos at work (or play)!

While on vacation in La Ventana, Baja, Mexico last January, a friend of a friend pulled up in his highly decorated “carcancha” (jalopy).

Highly decorated chaotic car drives through Baja streets

When I came across this photo, I laughed out loud because of how it looks, but also because it simply made me happy to see this again! It reminded me of how much fun we had on this trip south! I’m including this post with Trent’s World Blog Weekly Smile.

What chaotic, creative things bring a smile to your face? Let me know in the comments!

31 thoughts on “Carcancha Chaos

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  2. That car is wild! This summer I saw a vintage “low rider” from the early 70s. Maybe they still exist in California, but you don’t see them on the east coast very often. It was actually a gorgeous car (unlike the car in your picture πŸ˜‰ ).

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      1. Typically I get about 7 people join each week. This week is a little low, though I’ve had people post something at the last minute. I hope you are able to join in! Watching/reading the news, yes, we really need a lot more positivism!

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